- Sub Genre:
- Release Date (US):
- January 18th, 2011
- Release Date (UK):
- January 21st, 2011
- Online Players:
- Feel Plus
- Square Enix
- M [Mature]
- PSU Rank:
- 0 of 1167 Games
- PSU Rank on PS3:
- 0 of 0 Games
- Additional Information:
- Also on Xbox 360.
A new era. Sophisticated and complex technologies are now contributing to the advancements of mankind. However, the world's governments are crumbling, new corrupt powers arise and conspiracies proliferate. The truth behind the proscribed technology could destroy the very core of humanity. Join a rogue team of agents as they fight for survival and entangle themselves deeper into the mystery. Drawing upon the graphics and storytelling mastery of both Square Enix and developer feelplus, Mindjack offers a distinctive experience that throws players into a revolutionary playing field where an engaging solo campaign transitions seamlessly to thrilling, cooperative multiplayer gameplay. Expand your mind's reach by "hacking" into enemies, vehicles or civilians and enjoy the freedom to control almost any character. Each bystander becomes an active combatant in this new urban warfare. Your "state of mind" is your only limitation!
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Mindjack's shtick, the ability to hack an opponent to fight on your side, is not interesting enough to overlook its dreadful cover and combat systems, boring characters, unresponsive AI, and bland level design. Its only saving grace is its unique multiplayer component that allows you to hack into someone else's game to cause all sorts of trouble.
- Hacking real-life players' games is fun for a bit
- Mindjacking enemies is a great idea
- Overall poor execution
- Cover system rarely works properly
- The AI is so bad that it's comical
Mindjack suffers from a common gaming disease. It has an interesting, slightly unique premise, yet its gameplay, presentation, and level design keep it from being anything other than ordinary. It’s a third-person shooter that has all the common gameplay elements that its genre would imply. You can duck and cover, you can run and shoot, you can even dive out (or into) oncoming bullets. The game’s unique element...
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